The barrel-fermented white (called precisely that) is the 2017 Blanco Fermentado en Barrica. It is a fresh and fruit-driven blend of Viura, Malvasía, Tempranillo Blanco and Garnacha Blanca fermented in new oak barrels, where it aged in contact with the lees and with daily bâtonnage for two months. It's balsamic, medicinal and with little influence from the new oak. The palate is also quite fresh with good acidity and clean flavors, even if it's not terribly complex. 38,402 bottles produced. It was bottled in December 2017.
Score: 88 points -- Luis Gutierrez, Robertparker.com, Feb 2018